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Edgar Hoill To Add OG OSOK and EH Everyday Hustle at IPCPR

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Edgar Hoill has a pair of new Honduran puros in store for the upcoming IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, as he will be releasing EH Everyday Hustle and OG OSOK.

EH Everyday Hustle is being released in six sizes: a 4 x 48 petit corona, 5 3/4 x 46 corona, 5 x 50 robusto, 6 x 52 toro, 6 x 60 gordo and a 7 x 38 lancero. Pricing has yet to be announced by either Hoill or CLE Cigar Co., who handles distribution, but all will come in 24-count boxes.

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The OG OSOK is being released in four figurado vitolas, the 4 1/2 x 42 x 52 Carnalito, 4 1/2 x 38 x 54 Chakal, 6 1/2 x 19 x 50 x 30 Patan and 8 x 44 x 60 Malandro. Each size comes in ten-count boxes, with single stick pricing between $10-13.

Christian Eiroa’s El Aladino factory in Honduras is handling production for both of these full-time releases, which are scheduled to begin immediately after the trade show concludes.

(An earlier version of this story featured a logo for the OG OSOK that was sent erroneously by CLE Cigars and was not intended for release. Per the company’s request, it has been removed.)

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